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are trying to bring that tradition tolt united states, which is something they've been doing for the past several years. this is san antonio park in oakland. the first place was frank ogowa plaza. police officers had to try to contain tain them this, is the video of what happened earlier, after they blocked 14th street the police officers formed a line and pushed them back and at one point throwing a flash bang grenade. the police officers then boxed proestors in and after that the pro testors marched down here. they're now gathering in preparation for what may be another march at frank ogowa plaz yachl they have a permit to protest z right now they're gathering in preparation for hearing speeches and getting you know, rallying troops before they march back there to the area in front of oakland city hall. >> how is the crowd out there? looks like we've seen someone perhaps spit on the camera lens? >> yes. there is someone dumping spit on the camera lens and someone poured beer on my head just a moment ago. the crowd is agitated as what they'd refer to as the establishment. and they genera
in the united states we're live now with more on the documents and the new threat revealed today. >> good afternoon. the government released these documents to show the state of al qaeda and remind americans about continued threat the terror group pose buzz reminds americans about the biggest accomplishment of the obama national security team. newly released documents recovered from osama bin laden's pakistan compound show a frustrated terror leader worried about the future of al qaeda. in analysis shows he was angry and seemingly inability to control the group's regional affiliates especially one whusz attacks often claim lives of muslim autos necessity to be isolated to stay alive made him to a certain extent irrelevant vent as far as day-to-day operations and what al qaeda in yemen might be contemplate oogt white house says this provides a window into the state of al qaeda. >> the organization was under a great deal of stress and had been diminished but remained and remains a threat. >> the document release comes as a new threat emerges, fire bombs. and that could al qaeda's online mag
united states and china. and abc news has the story from new york. it's the latest twist and the chinese foreign ministry agreed it will allow the activist to apply fr a permit to study abroad. what the dissident wished for in his change of heart after hearing his family was being threatened. secretary of state hillary clinton addressed the situation for the first time since arriving in china for an economic summit. >> we're also encourage by official statement issued today by the chinese government confirming that he can apply to travel abroad. >> the chinese appeared to be easing their restrictions on chen. a stark difference from earlier images of officials shoving reporter as way from the hospital room. >> and there is staff and doctor was a chance to meet with him. and confirms he and his family now want to go to the united states so he can persue his studies. >> but this deal isn't welcomed by everyone. amnesty international called it an empty promise quote us us and other governments must demand the retaliation against chen's wider family and network stops now. there are a few thi
and there are protests today. the president used this summit to talk about afghanistan reaffirming united states intent to step down its role. there is is president obama said he's confident forces will be able to take the lead in their security by next year but leaders warning it could be a bumpy transition. there are is a trend in afghan zan. >> forces will take the lead for combat operations next year. >> and. >> there will be a significant presence in afghanistan. leaders declared not a combat role. >> this will not mark the end of the challenges. and our partnership with the country. >> but the confidence was countered by a blunt assessment about the two-year transition. >> we expect combat is going to tin there was a smaller crowd than the protest that turned violent on sunday. today, they took aim at bowing. marching through headquarters. >> yesterday, hundreds tried to push their way crosser to the site. police say one officer was stabbed. >> asking people to put themselves in harm's way knowing they're going to be assaulted and being able to take it? these guys are amazing. >> and u.s. and nat
antibiotic to sudden death. >> coming up, united states hits a milestone. the complexion is changing and so are the politics. >> and there is traffic on the skyway. you can see our cameras there bobbing up and down because of the wind. stay with us. abc 7 news at 4:00 continues right after this. >>> checking healthy living news there is another woman diagnosed with an infection from a rare flesh eating bacteria and is being treated in greenville memorial hospital and she was diagnosed just days after giving birth to twins. it is the same bacteria that causes strep throat. experts say it affects everyone differently. and doctors say her case is less serious than that of a georgia student who lost a leg after contracting a different bacteria. >> one of the popular antibiotics on the market may be deadly for certain people. known as x pack. abc 7 news spoke with dr. richard beser who says we should not panic. >> the x -- z pack can feel like a life saver. >> people have an emotional attachment. >> researchers studied 540,000 medicaid patients and found the popular antibiotic can be a killer. t
there is a traegs beryl continuing to spread rain across the united states. numbers into washington, d.c. 90 and out towards west, 64 degrees in seattle. there are 66 in tahoe. here in the bay area there is temperatures coming up away from the coast. 73 in campbell. and there is along the coastline a breezy, cool forecast. there is 57 in pacifica. there is breezy conditions and clouds lingering in daily city. 56 there. there is into the north bay, it's a little bit warmer. head out towards east bay, breezy and 65 in oakland. there is a mild sunny day there is 58 degrees in monterey. up to 72 inland. so it's just a minor warm up. there is warmer wednesday, thursday. >> dipping down again? >> exactly. >> and still ahead, the coin flip led to the creation of a san francisco-based beauty brand now an international sensation. the women behind benefit. >> with gas prices the they way are, people are thinking about buying a new fuel-efficient car. dealerships aren't your only option. my tips on how to work with a broker coming up next. >> the news at 4:00 continues in just a moment. hmm, it says here that
are the leading cause of death for teenagers in the united states. >> now, the story. michael? >> there is a survey revealing young drivers are scenely aware of using a cell phone while driving. never theless it's not detering them. whether texting or talking teenagers like to stay in touch. a new consumer reports survey shows that many young drivers are ware that this is risky behavior. >> don't you just know it's dangerous? you can't put it down 15 minutes? >> just wait until you get there. >> majority of young drivers surveyed by consumer reports are concerned about distracted driving it appears actions speak louder than words. >> 71% of the young drivers said they've seen their peers texting while driving and saw people their age talking on hand held phone autos consumer reports surveyed 1,000 drivers. >> there say numbers that are lower. and a consumer reports auto test seems taking a course learned firsthand how skills deteriorate when using a cell phone. >> i am not going to use the phone now. >> some good news from the survey peer pressure may be helping curb distracte
.com. >>> the fda is considering approving an over the counter hiv test for use in the united states. this test uses an oral swab. a trial found it correctly detected hiv 93% of the time. and fda isn't convinced this is a good idea. if approved fda estimates about 3800 cases per year would go undiagnosed. is your alarm clock making you fat? there are researchers studdeed a phenomenon where people wake up one time during the week and sleep in on weekends. finding too much variation is linked to weight gain. experts say maintaining a consistent schedule is healthier in the long run and there is a diet plan that allows cheese, bacon and wine but only at certain times of the day. >> this is about using foods the same time of the day your body uses to process. >> it's important to take sweets. >> chocolate? >> yes. dark chocolate. it's good. >> wine? wine. yes. two glasses. >> yes. yes. >> that is sounding better and better, you can learn more tonight on 2020 at 5:00 right here on abc 7. >> chocolate wine, and sleep later, it appears one executive would rather renounce citizenship then get hit with a hef
the youngest girls, aged 12 and 8. >> we believe he could be anywhere in the united states. and we're extremely concerned for the safety of the girls. >> he and his wife have been charged with murder she told authorities motive was to kidnap two younger daughter autos a prison inmate made a strong showing against president obama in the west virginia primary. the texas president nor won nearly 70,000 votes. and by winning more than 15% of the vote he is allowed least one delegate. and he is serving a 17 year sentence. president obama's approval rating is just 32%. the fifth lowest in the nation. >> a woman in new york has pleaded guilty to charges of prostitution after she was accused of selling sex out of her hot dog truck. >> oh, yeah. the 45-year-old was back in business today. selling hot dog that's s saying she pleaded guilty to misdemeanor prostitution yesterday, she actually only provided a lap dance to an under cover officer. >> i plead guilty to stripper. a stripper. not prostitution. that is sex. showing your cleavage is indecent exposure. >> a judge ordered her to get a psychiatric ev
was toast together friendship between mexico and the united states. >> and that is a ceremonial toast. >> nowhere near the water. >> coming up next a bitter feud between former 49er deon sanders and his estranged wife. >> never trusted never did anything to her in front of the kids or never will. >> and just ahead an exclusive interview on the fight over the house, kids and his reputation. >> and michael finney is taking your questions on twitter, facebook ask will answer them here shortly. you can contact michael on twitter and at facebook.com/abc 7. >> and from sutro tower, mainly clear skies now and i'll have a look. >> -dad, why e you getting that? -that's my cereal. is there a prize in there? oh, there's prize, all right. is it a robot? no. is it a jet plane? nope. is it a dinosaur? [ laughs ] [ male announcer ] inside every box of heart healthy cheerios are the great tasting little o's made from carefully selected oats that can help lower cholesterol. stickers? uh-uh. a perhero? ♪ kinda. [ male announcer ] and we think that's the best prize of all. ♪ >>> video revealed what'
. the amgen tour is the biggest race in the united states. 715 miles and eight stages on streets and highways with california patrolmen clearing the way. this is highway 1 from eight miles of a 10% grade on bonnie doon. we asked how he gets through one of the things after 19 years. >> this is so hard. it's stressful. you're trying to stay out of trouble. and your legs and lungs hurt. >> now there is an end of a very tight race experts tell us. and there is peter saggan. tomorrow they will do it all over again. 117 and tomorrow going from san jose to livermore and will be leaving at 11:15 a.m. from the community community center. there is no rest if you bide a bike professional in california this week. >> five hours on a very tiny seat. >> yes. >> this is grueling. >> you can keep track on twitter on abc 7 news bay area and facebook.com/abc 7 news. >> thank you. a san bruno homeowner stepping up calls to make pg&e accountable for action autos and toning down a newsan caused by san francisco's number one industry keeping revenue rolling in. >> i'm sandhya patel. warmer weather is coming to the
wedding. >> and this restaurant claims to be the oldest in the united states and closed after being in business for 126 years. >> we're live from north beach with more. >> there are two things contributed to the restaurant's demirks one, kmerks second, location. >> this is like... a wife. she decided a divorce the other night. >> she has been the chef since 1982. the restaurant opened in 1886 by the dell monty family as a bordello. the restaurant was nufed -- moved north beach was the home. for 50 years located here just across washington square park. but a fire forced the owners to find another location. and there is not an ideal location n 2008 when the economy went south, business suffered. >> i do books so i can see it coming. we never thought would it end. >> and they met here. at one point were part owners. this long time resident say mood food was good and memories plentiful. >> great food. and there is a warm feeling from start to finish. >> and is certain this is until last night america's oldest italian restaurant. >> italians imgreated in california 50 years earlier. >> t
across the southeastern united states. 91 in atlanta. 90 degrees in miami. 92 in dallas. 60s around minneapolis. 102 degrees in phoenix. some of the heat will extend into california. you'll see it here. tomorrow afternoon, chico, sacramento, fresno 92 degrees, 74 degrees in los angeles. you'll see the sun. similar patterns in the bay area, we'll start out with morning gray, then turning sunny and warmer. there is 68 degrees in millbrae. 71 san mateo. there is mid 70s in palo alto. there is a 59 in pacifica. downtown san francisco, 64 degrees, daily city, 60. into the north bay, you'll feel warmth there. 82 in santa rosa. there is 73 in castro valley. 87 in brentwood. for the monterey bay, up to 74 in santa cruz. 7 owe in watsonville. 82 degrees heading out and there is. >> there is a warmer forecast next few day autos thank you. >> and today, just minutes ago we're proud to honor one of our colleagues. what a great run. four decades. >> this is amazing. david louie who reported from facebook just minutes ago is celebrating his 40th anniversary at kgo-tv. he's been sharing great stor
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